Definition of Will power/Conscious faculty or Effort

It is well proven that what distinguishes us from animals is the Conscious brain that is developed in the last tens of thousands of years of our human evolution

On the contrary our animal brain/Unconscious brain or subconscious mind is the primitive brain that actually controls us. It is at work even when we're sleep. Every body function is executed by it. If you fall sick, it works to cure you. In short it is the grand director of your body.

Whatever you want, feel, or show emotion is the conscious mind at work. You want(Conscious) to go but you are frightened(Unconscious) to go ahead

If you have an idea in your mind which you dislike but you can't change it but want against it is called an effort. If you've a work to do but you imagine it as hard and arduous work but you force yourself to do it, this forcing is called applying effort and is the faculty of our Conscious brain

Use of Conscious

Conscious mind must be used only to make judgment of right/wrong and also plays to be seat of our ego and social instincts. It must only be used to select any idea and pass it to the Unconscious to be executed by it. Conscious in itself has no power in execution of any of our body functions.

You must not spend even 1 second in understanding will power. It's futile exercise to train will power. In fact it imagination which needs to be trained and not the will power. Coue never spent any time talking about will power. All he would say:

To make good suggestions it is absolutely necessary to do it without effort. The latter implies the use of the will, which must be entirely put aside. One must have recourse exclusively to the imagination.

When certain people do not obtain satisfactory results with autosuggestion, it is either because they lack confidence, or because they make efforts, which is the more frequent case. To make good suggestions it is absolutely necessary to do it without effort. The latter implies the use of the will, which must be entirely put aside. One must have recourse exclusively to the imagination.


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